Month: June 2019

Sonoro Metals Initiates Metallurgical Testing at Cerro Caliche

‘We are proud of the high degree of skill and leadership demonstrated by our Hermosillo, Mexico-based technical team under the direction of VP Exploration, Mel Herdrick and Operations Manager, Jorge Diaz,’ said Kenneth MacLeod, President and CEO of Sonoro. ‘The launching of metallurgical testing and preliminary pilot-plant design in conjunction with the ongoing drilling program, will ensure that all the elements needed to create a successful project are being managed simultaneously.’

SilverCrest Reports Results of AGM; Appoints Ani Markova, CFA, MBA, CDI.D as an Independent Director

N. Eric Fier, CPG, P.Eng, and CEO, remarked, “Shareholders continue with their confidence in management with the election of proposed Directors. We are extremely pleased with the election of Ms. Ani Markova to the Board. She is a Senior Executive, with over 25 years of work experience including financial analysis, capital allocation, marketing, and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) topics which make her a valuable addition to the SilverCrest team. Ani is an award-winning portfolio manager who managed up to $2 billion of mutual fund assets and spent more than 15 years investing in the global mining sector and commodity markets while at AGF Investments Inc. Ms. Markova holds an MBA from George Washington University in Washington DC and holds Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Canadian Investment Management (CIM) and Corporate Board International (CDI.D) designations.”

U. S. Antimony Responds to Chinese Rare Earth Threats with Continued Expansion Of Smelter Capacity

CEO John Lawrence said ‘USAC is expanding production of antimony to shield some of the U.S. antimony market from any retaliatory Chinese rare earth policies. The Company will soon have three LRF furnaces in place. In addition, USAC is preparing to begin pilot production of its gold, silver, and antimony project at Los Juarez which will further augment its strong existing supplies of antimony in North America and will launch the Company into precious metals production.’

Sierra Metals Repurchases Royalty at its Cusi Silver Mine, Mexico

Igor Gonzales, President, and CEO of Sierra Metals stated, “The acquisition of this royalty agreement is strategically important to Sierra Metals as it enhances the cost structure of our operations at a time when we are significantly expanding our production capacity at our Cusi Mine and Malpaso processing plant.”

Monarca Minerals Signs Option Agreement to Acquire 100% Interest in San Jose Project in Mexico and Reports on Recent Surface Geophysics Results

Monarca’s President and CEO, Carlos Espinosa, stated: ‘We are very excited about the San Jose Project. The work on the project to date indicates that it has significant potential and we were able to obtain the right to acquire 100% of the project on terms that are very favourable for Monarca. This project could mark the new era of Monarca Minerals.’

Leaching process started at the Santa Elena mine

‘The leaching process has started and will continue on a permanent basis as fresh ore will be added to the heap leach pad. Moving forward, Mexus will increase the scale and capacity of the system to maximize returns,’ added Mexus CEO Paul Thompson.

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